Governor Matt Mead has signed Constitutional Carry legislation into law. Wyoming is now the fourth state, along with Vermont, Arizona and Alaska, to allow law-abiding citizens the right to carry concealed firearms for self-defense without a permit requirement. Cam Edwards speaks with Wyoming State Senator Kit Jennings, a co-sponsor of the bill, who says citizens should be aware that the places where carry is legal have not changed, and the same concealed carry eligibility conditions apply to those who carry as did before. Constitutional Carry is excellent news for law-abiding gun owners in Wyoming, and the law will go into effect on July 1 of this year. Originally aired 3/2/2011.